WPR: Week in West 13 Oct 12 Oct. 12, 2012
Peter Oborne on party conferences the extraordinary popularity of Boris Johnson and the Jimmy Savile allegations in The Week In Westminster
WPR: Week in West 15 Sep 12 Sept. 15, 2012
Steve Richards of The Independent interviews Cameron supporters on the PM’s trials; asks if a Lib/Lab deal could work and talks to Cheryl Gillan about life outside government.
WPR: Week in Westminster 8 Sep 12 Sept. 8, 2012
Sue Cameron of the Daily Telegraph finds out what it's like to be reshuffled, if the Government's new economic plan is more than just a licence to build conservatories and whether Birmingham is the answer to the great airport dilemma
WPR: Week in Westminster 28 July 12 July 28, 2012
Will there be a cabinet re-shuffle in the autumn? Who will stay or go? And what of the standing of all the political parties? George Parker leads the discussion.
WPR: Week In Westminster 21 July 12 July 21, 2012
Steve Richards of the Independent discusses the state of the major parties with three senior politicians.
WPR: Week in Westminster 23 June 12 June 23, 2012
Can Euro survive, case for bringing back O levels & what police commissioners will do when elected.
WPR: Week in Westminster 16 June 12 June 16, 2012
Steve Richards of the Independent on a star cast at the Leveson Inquiry; a referendum on the EU; the mood of the Lib Dems; and how far sporting triumphs can lift a government .
WPR: Beyond Westminster 09 June 2012 June 9, 2012
How important is humour in politics? Mary Ann Sieghart looks at how and why politicians try to get a laugh, and asks if good jokes can contribute to political success.
WPR: Week in Westminster 26 May 12 May 26, 2012
Eurozone crisis, a tragicomedy or worse, an MP explains his "Loveboard" and a former MP who was once asked by Tony Blair "What exactly is socialism"?
WPR: Week in Westminster 19 May 12 May 19, 2012
The Eurozone in crisis; internal strife in the Tory Party; the rise of Ed Miliband in the polls; and the future of the Lords.
WPR: Week in Westminster 12 May 12 May 12, 2012
Mid term blues, politicians & press barons and Rory Bremner on the comic potential in the era of coalition.
WPR: Week in Westminster 05 May 12 May 5, 2012
Is power draining away from Westminster & how widespread is public hostility to the political class?
WPR: Week in Westminster 28 Apr 12 April 28, 2012
With George Parker of the Financial Times: Taking stock of the economy, the nuts and bolts of Scottish independence, and why does the government not have a “big hitter” to get its message across as in the days of Thatcher and Blair.
WPR: Week in Westminster 21 Apr 12 April 21, 2012
Unease on the Tory backbenches. Has the Abu Qatada affair really tripped up Theresa May? And are the smaller parties ready to rise? Presented by Peter Oborne of The Daily Telegraph.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 14 April 2012 April 14, 2012
In the wake of the Bradford West by-election, Mary Ann Sieghart asks how the main UK political parties should improve their appeal to voters from Britain's Asian communities.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 07 April 2012 April 7, 2012
Direct democracy is meant to transform our politics, giving voters more power. But will it work, and why are many politicians resisting? David Grossman investigates.
WPR: Week in Westminster 31 Mar 12 March 31, 2012
Steve Richards of The Independent looks behind the scenes at Westminster. A shock result for Labour at the Bradford by-election, the Tories embarrassed by revelations over party funding, the Lib Dems concerned about their identity and why are there not more working class MPs in parliament?
WPR: Week in Westminster 24 Mar 12 March 24, 2012
Fraser Nelson of The Spectator on the furore over the granny tax and who really benefits from the budget.
WPR: Week In Westminster 17 Mar 12 March 17, 2012
Taxing the rich, David Cameron in the USA and changing attitudes to the war in Afghanistan. Presented by Jackie Ashley.
WPR: Week in Westminster 10 Mar 12 March 10, 2012
Talking about the Queen; taking the pulse of Tory backbenchers; and the Lib Dem who kept mum. With George Parker of the Financial Times.